My radio on my Denon receiver is not working. All the other components connected to the receiver work fine. When i turn the radio on it won't lock into a channel. When i auto scan for a channel it just keeps going around and won't pick up any channel. it is almost like the antennae isn't working or picking up any signal. Does anyone know how to fix this or whether it is even worth fixing?
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On the Denon website they had a similiar complaint about Spotify. They suggested rebooting the receiver by unplugging it and then plugging it back in..
Have you made any changes to your router or modem? They may need a software update.
I assume you have connected your amplifier to your local area network so that you can access internet radio. If not, you need to connect the RJ45 ethernet port to your router, then log on to your router to confirm that the receiver is connected as a client. I have done this with my Denon receiver and it works perfectly. Please feel free to ask if you need further assistance. Cheers, Don.
Your receiver is capable of video conversion, so there should be no problem using your component cable.
Does your TV accept component, or only S-Video? If you can run component to your TV, the best quality signal path would be using a component cable from your Verizon box to your receiver, and component from your receiver to your TV.
Make sure you have set up the video input correctly, so that it is set to accept the incoming signal on the correct sockets.
The front end is bad on this reicever. Your going to need special equipment to trouble shoot this problem, as Its all RF. It is most likly not worth repairing as a shop will most likly charge you more then its worth